Source: The Natural Resources Defense Council The Natural Resources Defense Council announced Christina Swanson, Ph.D., will be the new director of its Science Center. “NRDC is truly fortunate to welcome a scientist of Christina’s stature to the organization as the new director of our Science Center,” said Frances Beinecke, President of the NRDC. “With her breadth of experience and broad scientific expertise, Christina will expand NRDC’s technical capabilities and support our advocacy programs to address today’s most pressing environmental challenges.” Dr. Swanson, who earned a Ph.D. in Biology from the University of California, Los Angeles, is nationally renowned for her leadership on environmental, biological, water quality and water resource management issues.
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Get Involved: As the national trade association for the U.S. ethanol industry, the Renewable Fuels Association (RFA) promotes policies, regulations and research and development initiatives that will lead to the increased production and use of fuel ethanol.
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The Green Living Guy talks with one of the PR people from the Home Depot about their Eco Options certification program. It's so simple to go green, it's as simple as going to the Home Depot. From insulation to attic doors, caulk, tape, hydrolic cement for leaks in the basement. LED bulbs they got it. We'll be doing a series of stories on things you can get at the Home Depot. One story would NOT give it justice. The Home Depot offers an extensive selection of ENERGY STAR® qualified, solar, LED, and alternative energy products. These energy efficient products, such as ENERGY STAR qualified appliances, use significantly less energy than conventional products. You can save money on your utility bills and help reduce greenhouse gas emissions.